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Table 5 Spontaneous feedback collected from students during the face-to-face optional course

From: Blended learning of radiology improves medical students’ performance, satisfaction, and engagement

 Overall n = 259Promotion 1 n = 68Promotion 2 n = 88Promotion 3 n = 103
Concept of pleasure in learning750216234300
 Engaging102 (38.6)38 (55.8)24 (27.3)40 (38.8)
 Adapted format110 (42.4)19 (27.9)41 (46.6)50 (48.5)
 Motivating130 (50.2)35 (51.5)43 (48.9)52 (50.5)
 Didactic120 (46.3)50 (73.5)30 (34.1)40 (38.9)
 Clear119 (45.9)30 (44.1)38 (43.2)51 (49,5)
 Correspond to their needs169 (65.3)44 (64.7)58 (65.9)67 (65.0)
Concept of flexibility3148195138
 Enhances autonomy218 (84.2)60 (88.2)68 (77.3)90 (87.4)
 High availability96 (37.0)21 (17.6)27 (30.7)48 (46.6)
Points needing improvement2618471106
 Extend the content to other imaging learning65 (24.9)11 (16.2)23 (26.1)31 (30.0)
 Technical adjustment (bad sound, inappropriate background color)52 (20.0)18 (26.5)12 (16.9)22 (21.4)
 Lack of courses dedicated to normal abdominal imaging75 (28.6)6 (8.8)27 (38.0)42 (40.8)
 Need for material support (PDF, downloaded videos)69 (26.6)49 (72.0)9 (10.2)11 (10.7)
Concept of performance and time optimization200725573
 Allows progression128 (49.4)49(72.0)37 (42.0)42 (40.8)
 Time-saving72 (27.8)23(33.8)18 (20.5)31 (30.1)
  1. Data expressed in number of citations. Data in parentheses are percentages for each promotion